This 1977 studio recording finds Herbie Hancock embracing his jazz roots. The
straight forward trio setting puts Hancock's piano front and center. Backed by Ron
Carter on bass and Tony Williams behind the drums, the recording features Hancock
originals as well as the Trio's take on Miles Davis' ''Milestones.''
Though recorded at fabled San Francisco studio The Automatt, the recording was
only immediately issued in Japan. Get On Down now presents this too often
overlooked piece of Hancock's jazz legacy with The Herbie Hancock Trio.
A1. Watch It
A2. Speak Like A Child
B1. Watcha Watin For
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